Friday, 3 May 2019

Insurance for Dummies

Insurance for Dummies by Jack Hungelmann


Insurance For Dummies is a reference. You don’t need to read the chapters in order from beginning to end  instead, dip into the book to find the information you need today, and pull it down off the shelf when you have questions next week, next month, or next year.

  • This book is written by someone who has actually worked in the trenches, directly with consumers (people like you!), helping them creatively manage and insure the risks in their lives. So I’ve filled this book with practical, hands-on advice that really works not academic stuff.
  • This book is written by someone who has actually worked in the trenches, directly with consumers (people like you!), helping them creatively manage and insure the risks in their lives. So I’ve filled this book with practical, hands-on advice that really works not academic stuff.
  • This book includes two full chapters on getting what you deserve at claim time  for both claims for damage to your car as well as to your home and belongings. These chapters contain tips I’ve gathered from my experience as a claims adjuster and an agent, helping clients get what they deserve for 30 years,


CHAPTERS INCLUDED IN THIS BOOK

Part I: Getting Started 

  • Chapter 1: Building a Great Insurance Program 
  • Chapter 2: Introducing Seven Guiding Principles of Insurance 
  • Chapter 3: Managing Your Risk without Buying Insurance 
  • Chapter 4: Buying Insurance 

Part II: Cars, Boats, RVs, and More:

  • Insuring the Things You Drive 
  • Chapter 5: Managing Your Personal Automobile Risks 
  • Chapter 6: Dealing with Special Auto Insurance Situations 
  • Chapter 7: Insuring Recreational Toys and Trailers 
  • Chapter 8: Getting What You Deserve for Automobile Claims 

Part III: Home Sweet Home: Understanding

  • Homeowner’s Insurance 
  • Chapter 9: Understanding the Basics of Homeowner’s and Renter’s Insurance 
  • Chapter 10: Avoiding Homeowner’s Personal Property Pitfalls 
  • Chapter 11: Protecting Yourself from Major Homeowner’s Exclusions 
  • Chapter 12: Insuring Your Condominium or Town House 
  • Chapter 13: Running a Home Business without Losing Your Shirt 
  • Chapter 14: Getting What You Deserve for Your Homeowner’s Claims 

Part IV: Singin’ in the Rain: Umbrella Policies and More 

  • Chapter 15: Introducing the Personal Umbrella Policy 
  • Chapter 16: Choosing the Right Umbrella for Your Lifestyle 
  • Chapter 17: Changing Your Insurance When Your Life Changes 

Part V: Managing Life, Health,and Disability Risks 

  • Chapter 18: Buying Individual Health Insurance 
  • Chapter 19: Making the Best Group Health Insurance Decisions 
  • Chapter 20: Buying Medicare and Supplements 
  • Chapter 21: Evaluating Your Need for Long-Term-Care Insurance 
  • Chapter 22: Managing the Risk of Long-Term isability
  • Chapter 23: Buying Life Insurance 

Part VI: The Part of Tens 

  • Chapter 24: Ten Ingredients for a Watertight Insurance Program 
  • Chapter 25: Ten Government Programs You Should Know About 
  • Chapter 26: Ten Ways to Save Big Bucks on Car Insurance 



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